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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 2/6/2018


9-13 W Main St, Norton, MA 02766

Business Opportunity

$738,000
Price

15
Parking Spaces
92,783.00
Lot Size
Your own compound in the beautiful town of Norton! Located in the Historic District, these two single family properties share this magnificent 2+ acre lot. With town approval, this property is perfect for a Bread and Breakfast. In home business, possible rental income would be perfect! Across from Wheaton College. Simply to much to list here. 9 West Main feaures 6 bedrooms, stunning wide plank pine flooring throughout. In-law suite with a seperate entrance. Enormous 2 car garage with loads of storage and work area. . 13 West Main features 2 huge bedrooms, five fireplaces, sunroom and all the quaintness one could want. Walk to town! Call List Agent for a private viewing.
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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 2/5/2018

Receiving multiple offers on a residence is a home seller's dream come true. However, if a home seller faces a tight deadline to review several homebuying proposals simultaneously, making the right decision may prove to be exceedingly difficult.

Ultimately, evaluating multiple home offers at the same time can be quick and seamless – here are three tips to ensure that you can review various home offers and make an informed decision.

1. Consider the Homebuyer's Perspective

Although you probably won't be able to find out the identity of a homebuyer who submits an offer on your home, you may be able to learn about the homebuyer's perspective if you study a home offer closely.

For example, a homebuyer who wants to close on a residence as soon as possible may face a time crunch. And if this buyer has fallen in love with your home, he or she may do anything possible to acquire it.

On the other hand, a homebuyer who submits a lowball proposal may be looking for a bargain. Therefore, this home offer may fall far below your initial expectations, and you should not hesitate to decline or counter the proposal.

2. Analyze the Housing Market

Operating in a buyer's market or a seller's market may dictate how you proceed with multiple offers on your house.

If you've listed a house in a seller's market, the number of homebuyers likely exceeds the number of first-rate houses that are available. As such, you may want to accept a home offer in a seller's market only if it matches or exceeds your expectations.

Comparatively, if you're working in a buyer's market, there likely is an abundance of high-quality residences and a shortage of homebuyers. Thus, you may be more inclined to accept a home offer that nets you the biggest profit – even if the home offer falls shy of your initial home selling expectations.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

If you're unsure about how to approach multiple offers on your home, it certainly pays to consult with a real estate agent. In fact, a real estate agent can help you examine various offers and decide which home offer – if any – is right for you.

By hiring a real estate agent, you'll gain an expert ally who will support you throughout the home selling journey.

Typically, a real estate agent will learn about your home selling goals and ensure you can set a competitive price for your residence. He or she also will host home showings and open houses, negotiate with homebuyers on your behalf and do everything possible to help you get the best price for your home, regardless of the real estate market's conditions.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is prepared to respond to your home selling concerns and queries. And if you have questions about a home offer, your real estate agent is available to respond to your questions at any time.

Take the guesswork out of evaluating multiple offers on your home – use the aforementioned tips, and you can determine the best course of action based on the home offers at your disposal.





Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 2/4/2018

If you want to buy a home in the near future, you’re going to need to really focus on the goal. Buying your first home is no small feat. There are a few habits that you’ll want to start right away once you decide that you’re ready to take the plunge into homeownership. 


Make Savings Automatic


If you’re going to start saving for all of the expenses that buying a home brings, the best thing that you can do is automate your savings. The down payment is usually more money than most people can even plan for. If you have a small amount of each paycheck go into a dedicated account for the house fund, you’ll be in better shape financially. You can never start saving too early or too much. The goal is to save as much as you possibly can. Put the money in a place where you won’t have easy access to it. If you don’t see it, you won’t spend it! 


Check Your Credit Score


Your credit report is one of those things that can’t be magically fixed. It takes some time and a little work to keep your credit score up. You’ll need to make sure that you make on-time payments each and every month. If there are any glaring mistakes on the report, you’ll need to fix them, as it could take some time for any changes to show up. The most important thing is to keep your credit record clean by making on-time payments, refraining form opening too many new accounts, and paying down any outstanding debt. Once you check your credit score and see what you have to work with, you’ll be in good standing in no time. 


Become A DIYer


When you move into a home, there’s a lot that may need to be done. If you can do some of the work yourself, instead of hiring contractors and other people, you may be able to save some money. This wouldn’t include anything dangerous like electrical work or complicated plumbing issues. There are plenty of projects that you can safely take on in a home that will save money and keep your home in great shape. 


Learn To Budget


Owning a home can actually be cheaper than renting in some cases. If you learn to budget, factoring in things like food, utilities, and how much you spend on entertainment, you’ll see how much you have to work with. See how much you’re spending and then decide where you can cut down costs from there. You’ll find more money that you can be saving towards a home. The best part about buying a home is that you own it! There is no middle man telling you what you can and cannot do in a space.




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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 2/3/2018


13 West Main St., Norton, MA 02766

Single-Family

$738,000
Price

7
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
A treasured piece of Norton history is found in the "The Reverand Joseph Avery House" circa. 1710. The 2.13 acres is shared, and being sold with 9 West Main (MLS# 72208350)). This Anitque has been carefully perseved. Period hardware, handcrafted wainscotting, along with 5 fireplaces is only part of the charm. The flow of the first floor offers many options. The sunroom offers a fireplace, beautiful windows and flagstone floor. It does not get more charming than this.
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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 2/2/2018


9 West Main St., Norton, MA 02766

Single-Family

$738,000
Price

14
Rooms
6
Beds
3
Baths
This statuesque colonial is a home of distinction. Sitting stately on the professionally landscaped lot, in the Norton Historic District, this property is the bell of the ball! The perfect mix of tasteful updates with the original charm still shining in all its glory! The property is being sold w/13 W. Main MLS 72208356You will feel the warmth of this property the second you walk through the door. The entertainment size kitchen leads to the fireplaced Dining Room with it's built in niches & floor to ceiling window. The charm continues into the fireplaced parlor leading to the center hall grand staircase, flanked by an additional fireplaced living/entertaining room , home office and full bath.2nd floor has generous bedrooms w/ fireplaces. Beautiful wide pine plank floors throughout Access to the third floor walkup. A complete in-law is another wonderful feature of this one of kind property. The oversized 2 car garage,stunning flowerbeds & manicured lawn are just part of the wonder
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